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    November 9, 2012
    6:30 - 7:00am EST  

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a family who wants to know about a man who hit and killed their son. >> hold off on the spinch for lunch. tell you about a job fair.
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good morning to you. >> give us good news. >> that's how excited i am. we're talking about the temperatures in the 60s. we're on the cold side this morning. and glen wood's temperature now at 34 degrees. and 37 at union bridge at jj farm. the winds are light. and we are going to calm those down as we head to the evening. the overnot overnight timeframe. the radar is dry. we are getting a break. things are quiet. we will see plenty of sunshine throughout the day as well. so times are changing.
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we like that, right. 41 as we go into the morning time. 53 by lunchtime. we see 56 as we go into the afternoon. let's get a check of time saver traffic. >> good morning. >> lime' -- i'm looking forward to that. high 60s. better than the past few days that we have been dealing with. we're dealing with a water main break in the neighborhood of baltimore. and north charles street is shut down from penn station to 21st street if you are in the area stick with maryland avenue. st. paul. calvert and 83. as we look at 83 this morning north of the bellway. you will notice traffic is moving along. no delays. normal conditions. 11 minutes from the beltway all the way to east fayette street. 695. no concerns whatsoever. here is a look at 83. the conditions here will be clear. back to the beltway as we check in and look at the drive times.
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11 minutes now on the outer loop up to 83. west side clear. if you are using 95 and white marsh no delays from the beltway all the way into the city. sentencing for the man who killed a towson student. he took a plea deal in september. the 22-year-old matt chesswick was crossing the street when he was hit. the driver was charged with manslaughter. he will be sentenced today. the army private accused of leaking government documents to wiki leaks will plead guilty for a lesser charge. it was offered during a hearing. even if the court accepts the offer, he could still receive life in prison. he has chosen to be tried by a military judge not a jury.
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aaa reports one out of 7 licensed drivers between 16 and 24 have admitted to falling asleep behind the wheel. and it found the drivers are more likely to be involved in cruisie driving crashes. aaa wants to press the issue since next week is drowsy driving prevention week. i am wearing a special tie that was designed by mya harris and lost her battle with cystic fibrosis. >> while she was there, she loved to draw. >> one was put on a tie as part of the collection of miracle ties. we're live at the shops in towson to tell us about the ties and the kids who designed them a lot are with you, lin zoo. >> reporter: they are, they are troopers, they got up extra early to be with us. they were asked to draw one of
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their favorite things. they have snow men, christmas wreaths. what do you have, apples and a worm. thank you so much. we're going down the line here. world peace and what do we have, be happy. that's cute. and the tie that you wear, with the presents. we have doctor dover he says he works for the children. >> thank you for become here -- being here. >> this my job. one of the best in the world. we're celebrating is the miracle tie collection. this is the 16th year that we have done it. it is wonderful because it represents a partnership with jos a. bank and the hopkins and of course the children of baltimore and of the midatlantic region nationally who really help us support the children. where does the money go. >> it keeps the doors open.
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at hopkins we have lots of needs for the children and the families, everything from the toys that they get to the clothes that they have to wear to some of the furniture we need, child life is there to make certain that the children at hopkins, regardless, of how sick they can enjoy play time. we use this money for a lot of the activities that go on while they are there. so, it's the kind of thing that helps keep hopkins open to families but a better place for them. >> you did a great job. thank you. this is a community effort. it would not be possible without support. >> can you find these at any store or if you would like to give them as a present. >> i want to show you one more thing. >> they would not be here
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without the moms and dads. and they are all shy. but they were the ones to get the kids out of bed early to join us this morning. this is a family, community event. show your support. the ties on sale now. we're used to seeing her on dancing with the stars. >> she is in a fight of her life. her cancer scare. a plus means you're pregnant a minus you're not. it could mean more. a home pregnancy test may serve another purpose.
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well dancing with the star's host share as secret. >> she has been diagnosed with cancer. she opened up in a video.
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the mother of four said that surgery is scheduled. >> i will have a nice big scar right here across my neck and i don't get to walk around and pretend nothing has happened or share it, it will be dead center. >> she says that doctors assure her she will be fine. home pregnancy tests may serve another purpose. they may detect some cancer in men. and pregnancy tests work by detecting a hormone. that is produced by cells in a woman's placenta but it is excreted by some cancers. stay with us, turkey, potatoes. pie you know what i'm talking about. the things that you will find at your table. >> what will this cost you. >> the guard is teaming up with
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the ravens today. how they will get families linked up with loved ones. >> we're told how breezy it will get. we're dealing with a water main break in baltimore city. the details come coming up. these are our ocean spray 100% juice blends with no added sugar, just one glass equals two servings of fruit. very fruit-tritious. or, try ocean spray light 50, with just 50 calories, a full serving of fruit and no added sugar. with tasty flavors like cranberry-pomegranate and cranberry- concord grape, it's like a fruit stand in every bottle.
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good morning to you. >> thank you for joining us. time for the news to go. we'll check the forecast. lynette charles. >> we are starting out on a chilly note and dry. lots of sunshine. you will like what we have for today and beyond. maryland's radar dry right now, not picking up on a lot. as you step out the door, don't forget the coat and 36 degrees. columbia at 36 degrees and winds out of the northwest at 5 to 10 miles an hour.
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and the temperature tour is at 37 degrees and the winds out of the northwest at nine miles her. this is what we can expect. 56 degrees and we'll drop the temperatures off as we go into 7:00 this evening a check of traffic with lauren cook. >> we're dealing with trouble up in harford county. there is a downed tree that's blocking traffic on route 7 at 543. stick with 40 or 95. and in baltimore city. still dealing with a water main break. charles street is shut down from penn station to 21st street. use calvert or 83 as an alternate route. on 95, this is what it looks like, traffic is moving along and this is what the beltway looks like. nice and clear and liberty road and route 40. that's a look at traffic. over to you. people in the northeast are struggling following sandy and the nor'easter.
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>> a problem is getting the lights on in new york. and the mayor had harsh words for the long island power authority. he said the temperature is not doing enough to get the power restored a spokesperson said about 123,000 people lost power in wednesday's nor'easter but thousandhad it restored. long island power said some businesses can not get the power because of the damage. now those do require the door to door inspections. >> we want answer so we know what to do. and will it be december 1. when will it be restored. >> if someone looked we're ready i have no damage. >> it dumped a foot of show in the northeast. outages stretch from delaware to maine. we have seen people in new york and new jersey, they need help and here in maryland. and a lot of people recovering from the hurricane sandy.
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>> now your time. we have more on how can you help. >> we are here in baltimore where the bus is beside us. and help out and affected by sandy. there are some of the donated items outside of volunteers are encouraging people to fill up this bus. it will take off at 10 this morning. and right now i have ridge gilbert a volunteer joining me live here. >> it started the town of the crab capital of the world. was devastated by the surge was devastated. the houses are devastated. they have lost everything they
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have. we needed to do something. and maryland motor coach. can you get the community involved. >> what do you need them to drop off. >> blankets, cleaning supplies. food items, coats anything. we welcome it. >> reporter: why do we remember our friends? >> and people are helping those devastated in new york and new jersey. and it is a town 5600 people so it is important for to us remember everyone not just, you know others. >> reporter: thank you for putting this together. they will be out here until 10 a.m. taking your donations.
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come out. the food items, clothes, tools, toys, supplies. drop it off, we want to help the people in the area. sherrie johnson, abc 2 news. >> flight from denver to washington, dc made an emergency landing. this is after a passenger started praying in the aisle and would not follow instructions from the attendants. he was removed in cuffs. no up with was injured. and we have a consumer alert this morning, check your refrigerator. wegmans is recalling organic spinach. it may be contaminated with e. coli. the store is telling customers not to eat the recalled product and return it for a refund. nestle has a recall and the chocolate proud ser because of a possible contamination of salmonella. it is for three different mixes
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of the powder. it was produced last month. the affected products have an expiration date or best before date of october 2014. and try your luck at a job fair. 35 companies will be hiring our heroes. and it is open to veterans and military spouses s runs from 9:30 to 12:30 at the national war memorial in baltimore. nationwide it has helped thousands of veterans find jobs. they served our country to protect our freedom and today two maryland veterans are being honored for their bravery. captain charles rath was if world war 2. and charles sheab was in vietnam and treated injured soldiers. news time is 6:51. five things you may want to
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know as you head out. and talking about how voter approval should send a message for reform nationwide. it allows children of illegal immigrants to pay in state tuition. some officers are getting new cars today. the commissioner will deliver some to the northeast district. and price of, ity and -- and the trimmings is expected to be at 49.48, just 28-cents from last year. the os are at the exchange. adam jones will ring the closing bell at 4:00. this come as week after he won his second gold glove award. families who have loved ones serving with the national guard get to see them today, sort of. the guard is testing a live feed for service members and
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they can chat with spouses. that's today. and a lot of people want to know what the weather will be like on sunday. 1:00, lynette, ravens-raiders. >> i'll leave with you fabulous. that's in a second. you will love it. i'll have so many friends i will love it. what is going on now. we're dealing with clear skies. sunshine already out there. let me take you outside. can you see what is going on. blue skies. clear skies. this will continue. we're seeing more in bel air. not a cloud in the sky. this will continue with the cold temperatures. baltimore at 39. we're seeing the temperatures in frederick. and 46 in bel air. 40 in centreville. and 40 degrees. this is what we can expect as we go through the morning
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hours. and the surface we have high pressure building in. we're not gelling with clouds for today. high pressure. you have that sinking air that's going to be taking place today. 56 is what i'm going with. a warming trend is on tap. 36 degrees. it will not be as cold as this morning. 62 and sunshine. warmer as we head into tomorrow. here is the forecast for you as we are taking on the raiders on sunday at 1:00. 62 degrees under mostly sunny skies a nice mild day. light breeze. and we'll be kicking some tail out there. >> and the 7-day forecast. we will be warmer as we head into the day. showers working in by tuesday. >> let's get a check on traffic with lauren cook. >> and a great day for the game. that weather not going to be
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warm like this for too much longer if you are traveling in hard for county. look for a towned tree on route 7. avoid the area all together. stick with 95 or 40. and in baltimore city we're keeling -- dealing with the water main break. stick with maryland avenue. 83. the best options this morning. the jfx will be clear. 95 no concerns through the fort mchenry tunnel. if you are heading downtown. take a look here. this will be the beltway at out146. nice and clear all the way up to 83. the west side of the beltway. nice and clear here. an easy commute. no delays from liberty to route 40. that's a look at your time saver traffic. back to you. i'm getting caught up on my
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twilight trivia. >> and are you on team edward or team jacob. coming up. going to la and getting ready for the finale. >> this is crazy. the fans are there. and they know which team they're on. they are camping nought front of a teether in los angeles. this is the premier for breaking down part 2. on monday the stars of the film will walk the black carpet. and one local woman traveled to california to get a look at the stars. >> i planned this after the last premier. i have been saving up time for vacation. we have a good bit of ten days here. and it drew a huge crowd. that's take non-more than $2.5 billion. who do you have. >> edward. all the way. >> he was cheated on, right?
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>> right. [ laughter ] >> he is learning. >> have a great friday.
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